Finding work: Job Shop
The Job Shop provides access to both paid and voluntary opportunities.
Log into MyCareer to access:
- part-time and temporary vacancies
- internship or placement opportunities
- graduate positions
- volunteering opportunities (if interested in volunteering, also visit the "Want to Volunteer" page
See our Code of Practice: Students for details of terms and conditions.
Register with Met Temps, Londonmet's in-house agency to browse paid temporary or part-time work in the university.
Use the job search engine on our careers portal to find openings for full time and part-time jobs as well as graduate and internship opportunities.
Why not watch the GRB video to access tips on CVs, applications, interviews and job hunting from recent graduates who have successfully secured work, including a London Met graduate from BA advertising, marketing communications and public relations.
The Job Shop also organises a series of events throughout the year: part-time jobs fairs, volunteering fairs and employer "pop-ups". Details of these are posted on our mycareer events page.
Support for international students seeking work in the UK
Visit our Careers portal pages for international students for comprehensive information on job searching, CVs and cover letters. In addition, log into Student Circus, a niche job search platform, aiming to make the hiring of international students a seamless process for all stakeholders — universities, students, as well as employers. It includes job listings and is a one-stop-shop for all career needs of international students, so definitely worth exploring.
The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers for 2023-2024
The digital edition of the Times Top 100 graduate employers is now available.
The new edition includes the latest assessment of the graduate job market, full details of the UK’s top employers that will be recruiting graduates in 2024, and a special editorial section looking at how graduates across the country have progressed in their careers over the last 25 years.
Additional job search resources
Download information sheets on:
The careers portal provides considerable information on the use of social media in job search through the "enhancing e hireability" learning pathway. This includes advice on the use of professional networks such as LinkedIn.
To find out how much tax and/or national insurance you may have to pay, go to the income tax calculator.
Information for Employers
If you would like to advertise an opportunity for our students or recent graduates, click on the relevant link below:
- London Met managers: Support students in developing workplace skills, experience and confidence by offering suitable internal work opportunities.
- Not-for-profit organisations: Advertise your volunteering opportunities to our students who can add value to your organisation.
- Employers: Advertise your opportunities free of charge through our Job Shop to access a talented and diverse group of students and recent graduates
Before advertising please refer to our Code of Practice: Employers .
If you would like to meet students at our regular fairs or take part in careers events please email Careers